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Literary Arts: Annual Big Book Sale, Banned Books & Jane Lynch

Literary Arts: Annual Big Book Sale, Banned Books & Jane Lynch

This week, the literary scene zig-zags from Fort Mason, down to the SF Library and then all the way up to San Rafael. Trust us, it’s worth the trip.

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Review: Freaking Out by Toro y Moi

Review: Freaking Out by Toro y Moi

The lovely sounding Toro y Moi, headed by Chazwick Bundick, has been hard at work since entering the music scene in 2010 with his debut album Causers of This, and  his sophomore album Underneath Pine in February of this year.

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Live Review: Bassnectar at Civic Auditorium

Live Review: Bassnectar at Civic Auditorium

The earth-rattling beats that started with sound check Saturday afternoon were from none other than Lorin Ashton, aka Bassnectar, at his massive Bass Center III show at the Civic Auditorium

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LovEvolution Returns This Weekend

LovEvolution Returns This Weekend

This Saturday, the giant musical parade/festival, LovEvolution, returns on the other side of the Bay at its new home outside the Oakland coliseum/arena.

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A ‘Cheesy’ Idea in the Mission

A ‘Cheesy’ Idea in the Mission

Cheese plates are becoming a more popular item on Bay Area menus, whether served as an appetizer or dessert. But what if a restaurant focused entirely on cheese? That’s the idea behind Mission Cheese on Valencia Street.

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Talk Like a Pirate Today

Talk Like a Pirate Today

Avast ye sailors! International Talk Like A Pirate day is among us. Today, Monday, September 19, we honor a quirky side of the English language that was used on the high seas, and spoken by handsome Hollywood hunks in commercialized portraits of pirate culture. Today…

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Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Oakland Amidst Bomb Threat

Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Oakland Amidst Bomb Threat

An Alaska Airlines plane made an emergency landing at Oakland International Airport Monday morning after a letter containing a bomb threat was discovered at San Francisco International Airport.

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In Town: Mixtape for Sep 20 – Sep 26

In Town: Mixtape for Sep 20 – Sep 26

Wanna know who’s playing in San Francisco this week? Well, we’ve put together an official mixtape for The City for bands playing in town from Tuesday September 20th to Monday September 21st.

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Video: Cut Copy "Blink and You'll Miss a Revolution"

Video: Cut Copy "Blink and You'll Miss a Revolution"

Cut Copy redefine the words “so easy, a caveman could do it” in their video for their new single “Blink and You’ll Miss a Revolution.”

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Live Review: Crookers at Mighty

Live Review: Crookers at Mighty

Saturday night, Mad Decent records resident producers, Crookers brought their one-of-a-kind Italian house/hip hop music to Mighty.

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ICHI Sushi to Hold Benefit for Drowning Victim

ICHI Sushi to Hold Benefit for Drowning Victim

If you have ever visited ICHI Sushi in Bernal Heights, you know what truly nice people owners Tim and Erin Archuleta are. They treat you like family whenever you walk in the door.

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Madonna Flash Mob Dance Class

Madonna Flash Mob Dance Class

Admit it. If you hear the right Madonna song, all your cool goes out of the window and the dancing shoes come out of the closet. This week you have two chances to take all that enthusiasm and latent star power out of the house…

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